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What happened at the 2018 Symposium

About 170 researchers from across the University converged on Penn Pavilion for the fourth Duke Research Computing Symposium. For the...

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3D printing and 21st century research

Chip Bobbert can turn electronic bits into sculpture. He is one of the driving forces behind Duke’s growing 3D printing...

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“Posters! Posters!” (Festive Sing-Along)

You may remember last year’s stirring rendition of “I’m Dreaming of a White Poster.” It was fantastically popular and, we...

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Poster competition for the 2017 Duke Research Computing Symposium

The winners of the 2017 Duke Research Computing Symposium poster competition and the Scholars@Duke Data Visualization Challenge are: For the...

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Telcom renovations finished, monumentally!

The monumental Telcom Building has been transformed into the Technology Engagement Center (aka TEC, since everything needs its acronym). A...

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Students mine parking data to help you find a spot

by Kara Manke (Reposted from the Duke Research Blog) No parking spot? No problem. A group of students has teamed...

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Monumentalize your visualization

The monumental Telcom Building could help you monumentalize your wondrous scientific visualizations! As part of the building renovation plans, two very large...

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Monumental Telcom Building renovation beginning in April

In April, the sledge hammers will swing to begin the renovation of the ground floor of the monumental Telcom Building....

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New: Research Toolkits for Researchers

OIT announces a pilot of Research Toolkits, a web-based service that allows researchers to request virtual machines (VMs) and data storage for research projects....

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Azure for Researchers

April 7th, 9-5; April 8, 9-12 Duke University Libraries has partnered with Microsoft to host a workshop about Cloud Computing...

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